Organizational Participants

by Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa
New York, New York, United States
November 22, 1977
1 page
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The leaflet lists organizations and institutions now participating in the bank campaign: African Agenda; American Committee on Africa; American Friends Service Committee (National); American Friends Service Committee (Midwest); Americans for Democratic Action; Asociacion Puertorriguena de Artistas y Tecnicos; Black Students Organization - Columbia University; Black Theology Project; Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa; Center for International Education; Chicago Southern Africa Bank Campaign Coalition; Church of the Intercession; Clergy & Laity Concerned; Coalition of Concerned Black Americans; District 65 Distributive Workers of America; District Council 1707, AFSCME, AFL-CIO; District 1199 National Union of Hospital &Health Care Employees, AFL-CIO; Furriers Joint Council of New York; Institute for Education in Peace & Justice; Institute for Sport and Social Analysis; International Longshoremen &Warehouse Workers Union, Local 6; International Union, United Automobile &Aerospace Workers (UAW); Internews; Minnesota Committee on Southern Africa; Namibia Peace Center; National Lawyers Guild; Northern California Interfaith Committee on Corporate Responsibility; Pan African Students Organization in America (PASOA); Philadelphia Namibia Action Group; Potomac Association, Central Atlantic Conference, United Church of Christ; Resist; Robert R. Moton Institute; Rochester Peace & Justice Education Center; San Antonio Committee Against Mercenary Recruitment; South Africa Freedom Day Coalition; Southern Africa Committee; Stop Bank of America Banking on Apartheid Campaign; The East Organization, New York; United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice; United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE); Washington Office on Africa; and Women's International League for Peace & Freedom. The leaflet says Sisters of Charity did not withdraw their funds from Citibank, and Congressman Andrew McGuire introduced the bill regarding the Export-Import Bank. The National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students and the United Methodist Church Board of Global Ministries are presently considering withdrawal.
Used by permission of former staff and members of Campaign to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa.
Collection: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections